Surveys are designed collaboratively, and leverage existing networks developed as part of the POLARIS project. Standard ethnographic methods, including qualitative key informant interviews, two online surveys, and collection of cell phone mobility data, are employed to characterize risk perception and response and evaluate compliance with social distancing guidelines. Surveys were conducted at the beginning of the 2020 fishing season and again in February/March 2021. Analysis evaluates risk perception and response by occupation, socioeconomic status, age, and sex. Epidemiological modeling is employed to predict disease dynamics (i.e., likelihood of infection and mortality) under different scenarios; these estimates are used to project demand for limited health care resources in the region, such as ventilators.